Beryl named ‘deadliest storm’ as 121 Texas counties brace for hurricane impact: LIVE
Hurricane Beryl is on track towards the Yucatan Peninsula in the Gulf of Mexico

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Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick warned residents that Tropical Storm Beryl — expected to make landfall on the state’s southeast coast Monday morning as a Category 1 hurricane — could be a “deadly storm” for those in its path.

The National Hurricane Center Before making landfall on Sunday, the storm strengthened on its path toward Texas, warning that it would become a Category 2 hurricane.

The storm is forecast to strengthen again as a hurricane as it moves toward the Gulf of Mexico, and by the time it makes landfall in the United States, it will become a Category 1 hurricane.

Governor Greg Abbott warned Texans to prepare for the impact: “As Texans and visitors to the South Coast celebrate Independence Day, I urge them to make emergency plans to stay safe.”

Beryl has so far killed at least eleven people in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada, Jamaica and Venezuela after charting a deadly path through the Caribbean as a category five hurricane earlier in the week.

On Wednesday, the storm knocked out power to 400,000 homes and destroyed buildings in Jamaica.


The National Hurricane Center predicts peak storm surge along the Texas coast

The NHC said there is a risk of life-threatening storm surge flooding along the Texas coast from Mesquite Bay to Sabine Pass, including Matagorta Bay and Galveston Bay.

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Conditions are ‘critical’ as Storm Beryl packs winds of 70mph

As Beryl is expected to make landfall as a hurricane along the Texas coast, conditions are expected to worsen with dangerous storm surges, flash flooding and strong winds, the National Hurricane Center said.

As of the 10 p.m. CDT advisory, Beryl was about 75 miles (120 km) south-southeast of Matagorta, Texas, and about 110 miles (180 km) east of Corpus Christi, Texas.

The storm has maximum sustained winds of 70 mph (110 km/h).


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Floridians band together to help victims of Hurricane Beryl

Communities across Florida are coming together to help other communities damaged by Hurricane Beryl.

The storm killed at least nine people in the Caribbean and hit the island of Cariaco in Grenada earlier this week.

Floridians — no strangers to the power of hurricanes — have begun making donations of critical items and volunteering their time to prepare donated items to be shipped to hurricane-affected communities that need them most.

USA: Floridians unite to help victims of Hurricane Beryl

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Texas residents experience power outages, flooding as Beryl moves closer to landfall

Rain and strong winds began battering coastal Texas after the powerful storm Berly left a path of destruction in Mexico and the Caribbean.

Although Beryl was still a tropical storm as it barreled towards Texas on Sunday, it threatened to regain hurricane strength in the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico before making landfall early Monday.

The storm was expected to make landfall in the middle of the Texas coast around Matagorta Bay, about 100 miles (161 km) south of Houston, but officials warned that the track could still change.

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Texas officials warned the storm could cause power outages and flooding, but also worried that not enough coastal residents and beach vacationers in Beryl’s path heeded warnings to evacuate. “One of the things that raises our concern is that we’ve looked at all the roads that leave the coast and the maps are still green,” said Texas Lt. Gov. Don Patrick, who serves as the state’s acting governor. .


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When is Beryl expected to make landfall in Texas?

Beryl is expected to make landfall in southeast Texas early Monday morning as a Category 1 hurricane.

State officials have issued a disaster declaration for 121 districts ahead of the storm’s arrival.

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White House: Biden Monitors Beryl Development Near Texas

Joe Biden and administration officials are monitoring the development of Tropical Storm Beryl as it continues to move toward southeast Texas.

“We are in close contact with our state and local counterparts, and FEMA has response personnel, search and rescue teams, bottled water, food, tarps and power generators in case they are needed. On Sunday, FEMA will deploy its National Response Coordination Center (NRCC) to further support local response efforts. ) implemented,” the White House said in a statement to reporters on Sunday.

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WATCH: Beryl is expected to hit the Texas coast on Monday

Beryl is expected to hit the Texas coast on Monday

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Texas officials issued disaster declarations for 121 counties ahead of Beryl’s landslide

Texas Lt. Gov. Don Patrick – who is in charge while Gov. Greg Abbott is out of the country – has issued a disaster declaration for 121 counties ahead of landfall as Category 1 Hurricane Beryl is expected Monday morning.

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The declaration allows state resources to be used in preparedness and recovery efforts.

Abbott advised Texans living in the storm’s path to start preparing now for the storm’s arrival.

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Hurricane season 2024 is here. Here’s how to be prepared

Hurricane season, known for catastrophic flooding and high-speed winds along the U.S. coast, the Caribbean and Central America, is upon us, and emergency management officials are urging people to be prepared.

Unlike previous hurricane seasons, this summer is bringing much warmer temperatures and an early onset of storms across the country. Hurricane season runs from June 1 to Nov. 30, but September and October typically see the most hurricanes, said Jaime Hernandez, director of emergency management in Hollywood, Florida’s Atlantic coast.

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Texas emergency officials to residents: Driving in flood water can be dangerous

The Texas Division of Emergency Management warned residents in areas vulnerable to Tropical Storm Beryl, which is expected to make landfall as a Category 1 hurricane on Monday, not to drive through floodwaters during the storm as doing so could be dangerous.

“There will be inland flooding, and this freshwater inland flooding is killing more of our citizens than actual storm surge,” Chief W Nim Kidd said during a press conference. “So please, please don’t drive into the water. Turn around. Don’t drown.”

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